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With the re-branding of computing power and machines as something welcome in the home and not just the workshop, a number of factors moved forth to sell these machines and their software to a growing and large group of customers. Besides the introduction of more elegant cases and an increased presence by larger and larger firms, a strong argument can be made that one of the forces was the proliferation of computer-related magazines and newsletters that gave a central, printed home for writing ab...



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ZX Computing Magazine
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ZX Computing Magazine Issues 01-38 (Summer 1982 - May 1987). ZX Computing was published by Argus Specialist Publications and covered all Sinclair micros, from the ZX80 through to the QL and Spectrum 128. It was published bi-monthly until April 1986, when it underwent a significant redesign and was published monthly until May 1987. The early issues concentrated on type-ins and technical articles; after the revamp most games-based content was carried. Of particular interest are the articles by...
Computer Shopper Magazine
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Computer Shopper was a monthly consumer computer magazine published by SX2 Media Labs. The magazine ceased print publication in April 2009. Continuously published for 30 years, Computer Shopper magazine was established in 1979 in Titusville, Florida. It began as a tabloid-size publication on yellow newsprint that primarily contained classified advertising and ads for computers (then largely kit-built, hobbyist systems), parts, and software. The magazine was created by Glenn Patch, publisher of...
Amiga Computing Magazine
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Amiga Computing. A magazine dedicated to the Amiga computer.
Topics: Amiga Computing, Amiga, Magazine
The Hacker Journal
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Hacker Journal is the first italian magazine dedicated to hacking. It can be bought at the news-stands since 2002. Hacker Journal is a magazine which combines computer security articles and others where are explained the main techniques of computer attack. Articles are structured as tutorial which show step by step, and with the help of the support code, how to realize exploits and the most common intrusion techniques (attack side) and how to prevent the attack (defense side). We cooperate with...
Micro Sistemas (Brazil)
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A revista Micro Sistemas, foi a primeira publicação brasileira especializada em microcomputadores, tendo circulado entre Outubro de 1981 e meados de 1997 (edição 169). Inicialmente, foi publicada pela ATI Editora Ltda. e depois pela Enter Press Editorial Ltda.. A partir do nº 157, teve uma curta sobrevida através da PRB (Primeira Revista Brasileira) de Informática Editora Ltda. Muitos de seus projetos editoriais tornaram-se clássicos na comunidade de programação, como o Micro Bug para...
8000 Plus Magazine
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8000 Plus (renamed PCW Plus early in 1992) was a monthly British magazine dedicated to the Amstrad PCW range of microcomputers. It was one of the earliest magazines from Future Publishing, and ran for just over ten years, the first issue being dated October 1986 and the last (as PCW Plus) being issue 124, dated Christmas 1996. Science fiction writer David Langford wrote a regular column for 8000/PCW Plus, which ran (albeit not continuously) for the magazine's entire lifespan.
Ahoy! magazine
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Ahoy! was a magazine published between January 1984 and January 1989 that focused on all Commodore International color computers, but especially the Commodore 64 and Amiga. It was noted for the quality and learnability of its type-in program listings. It published many games in BASIC and occasionally printed programs in standard, readable assembly language rather than the relatively obscure hexadecimal listings used by other magazines such as Compute! and RUN, although in its February 1985...
Your Commodore Magazine (1984-1991)
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From Wikipedia: Your Commodore was a magazine for the Commodore range of computers, including the Commodore 64, Amiga, and Commodore PC range. Although first seen as a supplement in July 1984's Personal Computer Today, Your Commodore was later published on its own. Issue 1 launched in September, cover dated October 1984. Launch editor Wendy Palmer introduced the magazines plans for its content, which would include general coverage for all the Commodore computers. Features mainly covered...
Micro Magazine
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From its debut in May 1983 until the publication of its final issue in July 2006, Microcontamination and then MICRO was recognized as one of the leading technical trade magazines in the semiconductor and related advanced micro/nanoelectronics manufacturing fields.
Home Computing Weekly Magazine
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Home Computing Weekly was a magazine published from 1983-1985 about computer software and the industry at large.
MSX Magazine (Japanese)
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MSX Magazine was a Japanese-language magazine for the MSX computer.
Info Magazine
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.info (originally INFO=64) was a computer magazine covering Commodore 8-bit computers and later the Amiga. It was published from 1983 to 1992. INFO=64 began as a newsletter published by its founder, Benn Dunnington, operating out of a spare bedroom in his home. After a few issues, the entrepreneurial spirit struck and he decided to expand it into a full-fledged magazine. The first few issues of the magazine were published by Dunnington operating as a sole proprietorship in the state of...
STart Magazine
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STart Magazine was a spin-off computer magazine started by ANTIC magazine. Unlike ANTIC, STart focused on Atari's new ST computer line. The magazine lasted 42 issues, from 1986 to 1991, actually outliving its parent. It originally started from Atari ST specific sections in ANTIC magazine, later becoming a separate monthly publication in 1986. Each issue included a 3.5-inch cover disk. Its main rivals were ST-Log, which spun out of A.N.A.L.O.G. magazine, and Compute!'s ST Magazine. Both of these...
Incider Magazine
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Incider Magazine was a slick glossy Apple II-related magazine published in the 1980s, following the Apple II through to early Macintosh models.
Linux Journal
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Linux Journal was a monthly technology magazine published by Belltown Media, Inc. (Houston, Texas). It focused specifically on Linux, allowing the content to be a highly specialized source of information for open source enthusiasts. Linux Journal was the first magazine to be published about the Linux kernel and operating systems based on it. It was established in 1994. The first issue was published in March 1994 by Phil Hughes and Bob Young, co-founder of Red Hat, and featured an interview with...
Interface Age
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Interface Age evolved out of the club newsletter for the Southern California Computer Society: SCCS Interface. The magazine catered to a fairly technical readership and offered product reviews as well as programming information and coverage of more technical topics. Starting out as the newsletter of the first successful national computer club, the Southern California Computer Society (SCCS), then changing its name to Interface, it was staffed by volunteers before it became Interface Age under...
The Computer Magazine Archives
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CU Amiga Magazine 001-104 (Mar90-Oct98)
Topics: CUAmiga, CU Amiga, Amiga, Magazine
INFO Magazine
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.info (originally INFO=64) was a computer magazine covering Commodore 8-bit computers and later the Amiga. It was published from 1983 to 1992. INFO=64 began as a newsletter published by its founder, Benn Dunnington, operating out of a spare bedroom in his home. After a few issues, the entrepreneurial spirit struck and he decided to expand it into a full-fledged magazine. The first few issues of the magazine were published by Dunnington operating as a sole proprietorship in the state of...
Apple Computer Periodicals
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Magazines and periodicals dedicated to computers manufactured by Apple Computer Inc. (later Apple, Inc.), including the Apple II, Macintosh, iMac, and Macbooks.
8000 Plus Magazine
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8000 Plus (renamed PCW Plus early in 1992) was a monthly British magazine dedicated to the Amstrad PCW range of microcomputers. It was one of the earliest magazines from Future Publishing, and ran for just over ten years, the first issue being dated October 1986 and the last (as PCW Plus) being issue 124, dated Christmas 1996. Science fiction writer David Langford wrote a regular column for 8000/PCW Plus, which ran (albeit not continuously) for the magazine's entire lifespan. -- Wikipedia
Commodore Microcomputer Magazine
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Commodore Microcomputers was one of a pair of computer magazines published by Commodore Business Machines in support of their 8-bit home computer lines of the 1980s. The other was called Commodore Microcomputers. It was published Bi-monthly. Commodore Microcomputers initially primarily served Commodore's business customers but as those users standardized on CP/M and later MSDOS, the coverage of the two magazines essentially overlapped, with the last official Commodore Microcomputer magazine...
Dragon User Magazine
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Dragon User was a British magazine for users of the Dragon 32/64 computers published from 1982 by Sunshine Publications. Production of the computers themselves had ceased by 1985 but the user community remained sufficiently active to justify the magazine's continuation until 1989. From its launch until June 1986, Dragon User appeared on the shelves of major newsagents such as WHSmith in a full-colour glossy picture cover. A number of different editors were involved during this initial period,...
Softalk magazine
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Enjoy the complete run of four volumes, 48-issues of the Apple computer edition of Softalk magazine. Published between September 1980 and August 1984, Softalk magazine uniquely captures the dawn of the microcomputer and digital revolution through its deep and broad editorial content.  Digitization and preservation of this collection was funded by, and is maintained and enhanced by grassroots Citizen Science/History projects; The Softalk Apple Project ( www.SoftalkApple.com ) and...
Commodore Computer Periodicals
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Magazines and periodicals dedicated to computers manufactured by Commodore International (1954-1994), including the PET, Commodore 64, Amiga, and other related models.
First Glimpse Magazine
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First Glimpse is a monthly consumer electronics magazine published by Sandhills Publishing Company in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. The magazine was known as CE Lifestyles before a name change in early 2006.
Personal Computing magazine
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Personal Computing Magazine issues 1977-1984
Topics: computer, magazine
Next Generation Magazine
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Next Generation (also known as NextGen) was a video game magazine that was made by Imagine Media publishing company (now Future Network USA). It was affiliated to and shared editorial with the UK's Edge magazine. Next Generation ran from January 1995 until January 2002. It was published by Jonathan Simpson-Bint and edited by Neil West. Other editors included Chris Charla, Tom Russo, and Blake Fischer. Unlike its competitors GamePro and Electronic Gaming Monthly, Next Generation was directed...
Apple 2000 Magazine
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Apple 2000 was a UK-based magazine, calling itself "The All Apple User Group Committed to All Apple Users Including Macintosh". It was published in the late 1980s to the early 1990s.
NZ Bits and Bytes
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This magazine was the first national periodical devoted to the growing microcomputer "scene" in New Zealand. As it doesn't focus on one particular model or market, the pages are interesting historical snapshots of what was happening at the time. The first issue was published in September, 1982. Those that were here at the time will recall that this was also the era of "Muldoonism". The economy was tightly controlled and import duties and sales taxes were high. Hence...
The Computer Paper (Plus Others)
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The Computer Paper  (sometimes referred to as TCP, for a time  HUB , and then  HUB-The Computer Paper ) was a monthly computer magazine that was published in Canada (both in print and online) from February 1988 until November 2008. The magazine was originally published by Canada Computer Paper Inc. It was purchased in 1997 by Hebdo Mag International of Paris, France, and then to Piccolo Publishing Ltd of Toronto in 2003. Publication ceased in November 2008 due to...
Input Magazine
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Input was published by Marshall Cavendish in the United Kingdom during 1984 and 1985, covering the subject of home computer programming.n nIt was composed of 52 weekly editions which introduced several parallel themes (such as computer graphics, word processing, CAD, games etc) in each edition. These themes then were slowly developed with each new edition into BASIC and assembly language programs. The resulting programs were intended to run on a selection of the most popular home computers in...
Commodore Format Magazine
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Commodore Format was a British magazine for users of the Commodore 64 home computer. All sixty-one issues of the magazine were produced by Future Publishing. These came towards the end of the machine's commercial life - from October 1990 until October 1995. The launch editorial staff was dominated by journalists who had worked on Zzap!64, including editor Steve Jarratt. Sean Masterson was Steve's deputy, joined by staff writer Andy Dyer. There were contributions from Gordon Houghton and Kati...
MSX Fan Magazine
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MSX Fan Magazine was a Japanese computer magazine covering the MSX Computer and published in the 1990s.
КомпьютерПресс
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Computer Press is a Russian computer magazine.
AC's Guide to the Commodore Amiga
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AC's Guide to the Commodore Amiga was an Amiga-oriented magazine published from the late 1980s to early 1990s.
80 U.S. Magazine
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80-U.S. Journal was the best remembered name for a TRS‑80 magazine that was published by 80-Northwest Publishing from 1978 to 1984. It was also published under the names 80-Northwest Journal and Basic Computing. Until 1982, it was published bimonthly (six issues a year) but it increased to monthly (twelve issues a year) after that. 80-Northwest Journal (sometimes called 80-NW Journal) was first published in 1978 with the September/October issue. The founder of the magazine, Irvin “Mike”...
Topics: Magazine, TRS-80, Tandy
Blacklisted! 411 Magazine
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This magazine is dedicated to the curious people who want to know the "inside" technical information regarding computers, BBS's, the telephone company, arcade games, radio equipment, general electronic equipment, cable and other utility companies and anything/everything nobody else wants to talk about... or might not even KNOW about! Are you a hacker? Are you curious? Do you want to know how-it-works? Then you want to read this magazine!
Commodore Power-Play Magazine
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Commodore Power/Play and Commodore MicroComputer ended publication at the end of 1986. Starting January 1987 they combined to become Commodore Magazine.
BYTE Magazine
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Byte Magazine Volume 11 Issue 08: Object-Oriented Languages
Topics: ibm, software, disk, data, program, graphics, compatible, byte, code, hard disk, source code, power...
BYTE Magazine
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A rescan for this item is available here . Foreground p.50 ANYONE KNOW THE REAL TIME? [author Steve Ciarcia] Simple methods of telling time p.66 MODEL OF THE BRAIN, Part 3: Comparison of Brain and Model [author James Albus] Does CM AC accurately represent human brain function? p.94 NATURE OF ROBOTS, Part 3: A Closer Look at Human Behavior [author William T Powers] Simulating a 3-muscle system p.132 THE DESIGN OF AN M6800 LISP INTERPRETER [author S Tucker Taft] The theory behind one...
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Topics: computer, byte, lisp, data, disk, program, software, systems, inquiry, memory, byte publications,...
New Computer Express
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New Computer Express was a weekly magazine published by Future Publishing in the UK from 1988 to 1991.  New Computer Express was started in 1988; the first issue appeared in November 1988. The launch editor was Chris Anderson. During this time 8-bit micros were still prevalent, and 16-bit micros were growing their share of the market. The PC had yet to cement its hold on the home market and as a result it was a varied landscape. NCE was a multi-format magazine which tried to cover...
Amtix Magazine
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Amtix! magazine was, as its subtitle stated, a "monthly software review for the Amstrad computers". Published by Newsfield Publications Ltd in the mid eighties. Amtix! ran from November 1985 to April 1987 and produced 18 issues in total. A special issue (Issue zero) was given away with Zzap!64 and CRASH, two of Newsfield's other publications. After issue 18, the title was merged with Computing With The Amstrad magazine and the Amtix! logo appeared in CWTA's games review section.
Kaypro Profiles
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Kaypro Corporation, commonly called Kaypro, was an American home/personal computer manufacturer of the 1980s. The company was founded by Non-Linear Systems to develop computers to compete with the then-popular Osborne 1 portable microcomputer. Kaypro produced a line of rugged, portable CP/M-based computers sold with an extensive software bundle which supplanted its competitors and quickly became one of the top selling personal computer lines of the early 1980s. While exceptionally loyal to its...
Commodore Microcomputers
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Commodore Microcomputers Magazine is a 1980s-era Commodore-related magazine.
Your Spectrum Magazine
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Your Spectrum Issues 01-21 (Jan 1984 - Dec 1985). Your Spectrum was a hobbyist publication, originally published bi-monthly in 1984, before quickly turning into a monthly magazine. Although strongly centred around technical content, it did carry gaming reviews and features, although with a technical slant. Your Spectrum changed it's title to Your Sinclair in 1986 and became a more gaming-oriented magazine, with a decreasing amount of technical content.
Amiga User International
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Amiga User International (or AUI) was a monthly computer magazine published in its later years by AUI Limited, it was the first dedicated Amiga magazine in Europe and in comparison to other Amiga magazines, AUI had a more serious perspective. One of the main features of AUI was the "AUI SuperDisks", which implemented multiple file systems and advanced compression techniques to hold far more data than a standard magazine cover disk.
ST Format Magazine
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ST Format was a computer magazine in the UK covering the Atari ST during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Like other members of the Future plc Format stable - PC Format and Amiga Format, for instance, it combined software and hardware reviews with columnists, letters pages and a cover disk. The magazine was launched in 1989 when its predecessor, the short-lived ST/Amiga Format was split into two separate publications. Most of the staff went on to work at ST Format with Amiga Format essentially...
Color Computer Magazine
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Color Computer Magazine was a glossy magazine dedicated to the Radio Shack Color Computer, published in the early 1980s.
Commodore World Magazine
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The Commodore World was a bimonthly published Commodore magazine, which was published by the hardware manufacturers Creative Micro Designs (short: CMD) in USA (4,95 U$) and Canada ($5,95). The reason was to publishing this magazine, that in 1994 no professional commodore magazine exists in North America for advertising and pricing his Commodore hardware, because at the end of 1993 the last and famous North American Commodore print magazine Compute! was finished. The Last issue was 25 (1999)....
ZX Computing Magazine
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ZX Computing Magazine was "Britains's Biggest Magazine for the Sinclair User", published from 1982-1987 by Argus Press.
Commodore Computing International
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Commodore Computing International magazine was a UK Commodore magazine published in the early 1980s.
Personal Computer Games Magazine
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Personal Computer Games was a multi-format UK computer games mag of the early/mid eighties. It is famous for launching the careers of several notable games journalists of the '80s including Bob Wade, Peter Connor and Chris Anderson. Anderson would later launch Amstrad Action, and Future Publishing, along with Wade and Connor. Other staff included Deputy Editor Steve Cooke and staff writer Samantha Nemens. Computer coverage at the time were mainly consisted of the Spectrum, C64 and the BBC...
HappyComputer (German)
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Die Happy Computer aus dem damaligen Markt & Technik Verlag (später teilweise vom WEKA-Verlag übernommen) war neben verschiedenen anderen deutschen Computerzeitschriften (64'er, Chip, CPC Amstrad International, Computer Persönlich) eine der Fachpublikationen für Heimcomputeranwender in den 1980er Jahren. Von November 1983 bis zur letzten Ausgabe 1990 bot sie aktuelle Neuheiten, Vergleichstests, Tipps und Tricks sowie Listings rund um damals erfolgreiche Heimcomputersysteme wie Amstrad...
Tux Magazine Collection
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Tux Magazine was a Linux magazine aimed at Linux desktop end users, specifically those who use the KDE desktop environment. Tux's mission was to help Linux take over the desktop market. Tux was not a print magazine: each issue was delivered digitally as a PDF file. The first issue was published in March 2005 and further 19 issues followed almost every month. On January 1, 2007, the publisher announced that the December 2006 issue was the last for the moment, because financial and other issues...
Sync Magazine
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Sync Magazine was a relatively short-lived glossy magazine dedicated to the Timex Sinclair / ZX80 / ZX81 models of computers.
Commander Magazine
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Commander Magazine was a relatively short-lived (two years) magazine geared for the Commodore 64 and Vic-20 computers, published between 1982-1984. Professionally published, it was a competitor to RUN and Compute! magazines. Descriptions added by Steven Zakulec.
Home Computer Magazine
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Previously 99er Magazine - produced two volumes before closing.
TRS-80 Microcomputer News
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The TRS.80 Microcomputer News was Radio Shack.s own official publication supporting the TRS.80, sent for free to anyone who bought a TRS.80 computer. The motto described it as .The microcomputer newsletter published for TRS.80. Originally called the Radio Shack Microcomputer Newsletter, the first issue, published in 1977, was four pages long. It was published irregularly after that (two issues in 1978 and seven in 1979) until it changed to a monthly publication schedule with the October 1979...
BYTE Magazine
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Features p.14 introducing the Smalltalk-80 System [author Adele Goldberg] A readers' guide to the Smalltalk articles in this issue. p.36 The Smalltalk-80 System [author the Xerox Learning Research Group] How message-sending objects are used in the Smalltalk-80 system. p.50 Build a Z8-Based Control Computer with BASIC, Part 2 [author Steve Ciarcia] Steve continues his description of the Z8-BASIC Microcomputer and suggests two applications. p.74 Object-Oriented Software Systems [author David...
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Topics: disk, software, computer, byte, system, apple, data, systems, byte publications, double density,...
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PERSONAL COMPUTER MAGAZINE for MZ, X1, and X68000
Topics: X68000, Japanese computers, computer history, computer magazines
POMS Magazine
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POMS magazine is a french-language newsletter regarding Apple computers, published in the 1980s.
CPU Magazine (Brazil)
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CPU MSX is a Brazillian MSX and (later on) Amiga Magazine.
Topics: msx, amiga
Atari User Magazine (UK)
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Atari User was a British computer magazine aimed at users of Atari home computers, and published by Database Publications (later known as Europress) between 1985 and 1988. It was a general-interest computer magazine, containing games reviews as well as type-in programs, tutorials and hardware projects. As with Database's other publications, its appearance was somewhat conservative in comparison with its more games-oriented contemporaries, such as Computer and Video Games (C&VG). The...
Commodore Computer Club (Italian)
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Commodore Computer Club è stata una rivista italiana di informatica dedicata a tutti i computer Commodore, pubblicata tra il 1982 e il 1995 dalla Systems Editoriale. Successivamente cominciò a occuparsi anche di MS-DOS e nel 1991 cambiò nome in Personal Computer Club.
The Computer Magazine Archives
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Your Sinclair Magazine, Issues 1-93
Topics: Your Sinclair Magazine, Magazine, Sinclair, ZX Spectrum, Spectrum, Microcomputer
ColdFusion Developers Journal
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ColdFusion Developer's Journal educates and informs novice to advanced ColdFusion developers, generates "buzz" and provides customer examples, tips and more.
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Amiga Shopper Magazine, Issues 00-71 (Apr 91 - Jan 97)
Topics: Amiga Shopper, Amiga, Magazine
Atari ST User Magazine
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Atari ST User was a British computer magazine aimed at users of the Atari ST range. It started life as a pull-out section in Atari User magazine. From April 1987 onwards it became a magazine in its own right, outliving its parent by a number of years. It was published by Europress. Although ST User did review games and carry demos, far more of the magazine was concerned with 'serious' issues such as hardware, programming, and music than its rivals ST Action and ST Format. Towards the end of its...
Computronic Magazine (German)
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German-language magazine from the mid-late 1980s.
Bajtek Magazine
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Bajtek is one of the first popular magazines devoted to computer science in Poland. It was published between 1985 and 1996. 
Amstrad Computer User
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Amstrad Computer User was the official magazine for the Amstrad CPC series of 8-bit home computers. This monthly publication, usually referred to as ACU by its readers, concentrated more on the hardware and technical side of the Amstrad range, although it had a small dedicated games section as well. ACU ran from August 1984 to May 1992, producing 90 issues in total. Originally a bi-monthly Amstrad User's club newsletter titled CPC464 User, it was renamed to Amstrad Computer User when the CPC664...
The MicroUser Magazine
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The Micro User (titled BBC Micro User in the first three issues) was a British specialist magazine catering to users of the BBC Microcomputer series, Acorn Electron, Acorn Archimedes and, to a limited extent, the Cambridge Z88. It had a comprehensive mix of reviews of games, application software, and the latest Acorn computers; type-in programs (duplicated on a "cover disk" which was available separately), a correspondence page offering help with computer problems, and approachable...
Golden Magazine
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Golden Magazine was a French-Language Apple II computer magazine published in the 1980s.
Enter Magazine
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Enter was an American magazine produced from October 1983 to May 1985 by Children's Television Workshop (CTW, later renamed Sesame Workshop). Similar to sibling titles Sesame Street, The Electric Company, and 3-2-1 Contact magazines, the title was aimed at school-age children. The focus of the magazine was, as declared on the cover, "The world of computers and new technology". Each issue included programs in the BASIC computer language, which readers could type into their own home...
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